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SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 12: Medical personnel take a sample from a person at a drive-thru Coronavirus COVID-19 testing station at a Kaiser Permanente facility on March 12, 2020 in San Francisco, California. Kaiser Permanente has opened a drive-thru Coronavirus test station where patients who are exhibiting signs and symptoms of the Coronavirus can be referred by a physician to be tested. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

I have heard a lot of horror stories of people who need or want to get tested, but they are showing no symptoms of COVID-19.

Well, today I read a story on WCNC about one of their producers and his children had prolonged exposure to someone whom tested positive and his trouble was finding a place to get tested. Why? Because they showed no symptoms. I mean, I’m really starting to see the evidence that, to me, seems things are just simply unorganized.

I feel we are seeing leaders ignoring warning signs and I see the potential of numbers spiking with the opening of various businesses in various states.

Well, after reading the WCNC article, the producer was able to find a place in Gastonia, Kintegra Health. I would suggest to give them a call to find out over the phone if they are able to assist you. Other than that, you have to have symptoms in order to be tested at most offices and free testing sights.